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Avoiding Bangkok jam route


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Use the Goodle map, it shld advice u on the route & the traffic conditions (buy the pre-paid Sim if u r not using auto roam)

Heard Odd no. Highways r out-of-bound.

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Hi, I read somewhere about avoiding Bangkok jam but can't find it. Traveling from south to north Thailand.

 

Also read motorcycle not allow on some highway and bridges. Please advise.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

If you're traveling from the South to the North of Thailand, you shouldn't even have to go through Bangkok.

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My usual route to the North, bypass Bangkok with Highway 9. Motorbikes can travel.

 

Bangkok bypass via HW9.jpg

 

1st Filter, follow Bang Khae to HW 9:

7a To HW 9 pic 2.jpg

 

2nd filter got 3 split ways, keep to center.

 

7a To HW 9 pic 3.jpg

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You may also use route 4 to route 321 Suphan Buri direction, follow by route 340 towards Chai Nat direction

Follow by route 1 all the way lead you towards the north of Thailand.

Route 9 also can be used but heavier traffic & easy to end up towards Bangkok (Toll way bikes are not allow ) as its runs towards the East i/o North.

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